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kali bichromicum, fever

Please refer to my post


Today morning my daughter caught with fever.
Could it be due to Kali Bichromicum?

She does have watery nose and cough in chest and so does my son.

I will stop giving Kali Bi

I have started giving her paracetamol.

Advise further treatment.
  Deven on 2006-01-26
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
the fever is 101.5f
Deven last decade
I sincerely request to the doctors on the forum to help me.
Deven last decade
KALI BICH, is not a cause of this fever,
you please now give her ACONITE 30, only 3 doses with an interval of 20 minutes between each dose ,
and report about the progress.
drsajid last decade
Thank you Dr Sajid,

I have given paracetamol 20minutes ago. Should I give Aconite 30 right away?
Deven last decade
you can give acon.
dr.sajid mahmood
drsajid last decade
Dr Sajid, yesterday I gave her Acon 30 3 doses at 20min interval between 9.45pm and 11:45pm. At 1.30am she had fever again, gave her paracetamol. Did not give Acon again as it was stated in your advise about repeat dose. Now at 9:15 she has fever again
Looks like it is viral fever.
Also she complaints of ear discomfort, but in the right ear now.
Deven last decade
She has fever again after around 10hrs since last fever. Have given paracetamol. When and how sould Acon 30c be given. Also I read that alternating dose of Bell 30C should be given. So what is the advise now?

Deven last decade

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